Dr. Jean Emile Njab
Quality Assurance Manager, Clina Lancet Laboratories
Jean Emile Njab is a six-sigma public health expert with laboratory medicine/ vaccinology background and over 20 years working knowledge in laboratory-based operations research in West and Central Africa.
In the last 20 years, Jean Emile Njab has learned to build institutions, set up and manage ultramodern laboratories, mentor medical laboratories towards accreditation, institutionalize comprehensive one stop shop services (OSS) for key and vulnerable populations, strengthen quality systems, develop policy documents, guidelines, strategies and design community- based operations research studies to reach, test, link, treat and retain key and vulnerable populations in care in HIV/AIDS, STI/HBV, Tuberculosis and Malaria programs in West and Central Africa. His work ethics and experience span the organized private sector, local and international non-governmental organizations including, African health Project, Population Council, African and World Health Organization.
Jean Emile Njab is a certified clinical research associate, a six-sigma project manager, an accredited laboratory quality management assessor, a multidisciplinary team lead, an emotionally intelligent stakeholder analyst, a culturally sensitive leader, a polymath grant manager, and a bilingual scientific writer with over 35 publications in local and international journals. He holds a PhD in chemical pathology from Ambrose Alli University and seven (7) postdoctoral certifications in clinical research, laboratory quality management system, Laboratory based epidemiology, project management and operations research.
Currently, Jean Emile Njab is the quality assurance manager, Lancet Laboratories, Country Coordinator of African Society for Laboratory Medicine, leveraging leadership skill and expertise to support policy and governance, access to testing, data management, surveillance, procurement and supply chain and systems strengthening beyond COVID-19. He is a pastor with Living Faith Church (Winners’ Chapel), happily and fruitfully married.